Coming to think of it, there would be a way to back up Yojimbo with Time Machine: you just need to create a sparse bundle disk image with Disk Utility, put your Yj DB on that and make the Yojimbo folder in ~/Library/Application Support/ an alias to the mountpoint of the image in /Volumes.
This is getting offtopic for Yojimbo so I won't continue past this email. I appreciate your comments Jan and I do understand the issue of data of data consistency. The only way to completely avoid that is to take the system completely down for backup and either run the backup in single user mode
I read a discussion somewhere recently suggesting that Yojimbo ran into the same bug as Aperture, where a Time Machine backup while you were using the application could corrupt the database, so you should exclude the Yojimbo database from Time Machine backups. Now I've read that 10.5.2
Hello- On Feb 14, 2008, at 4:24 PM, Jan Erik Moström wrote: Rhet Turnbull [EMAIL PROTECTED] 08-02-14 15.09 Then again, Yojimbo's habit of storing everything in a monolithic database has been one of my (few) critiques since Yojimbo was released. Curious, why is this bad? In the case
In an attempt to be lazy, does anyone have an Applescript to pull in a list of unarchived urls from del.icio.us and archive them in Yojimbo? I wrote a similar script for DevonThink, but would like to use Yojimbo to route some stories too. Robert Occhialini --
Tags in Yojimbo are case insensitive, correct? If so, why does the app insist on lowercasing the first letter of tags I input manually? Robert Occhialini -- -- This message is sent to you because you are subscribed to the
On Fri, Feb 15, 2008 at 1:48 PM, Neil Faiman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I read a discussion somewhere recently suggesting that Yojimbo ran into the same bug as Aperture, where a Time Machine backup while you were using the application could corrupt the database, so you should exclude the